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Nov 26, 2013 5:30pm PST
mainly on our roads in the bay area. >> thanks for joining us here at 5:00. nightly news is next. d rain and soon high winds across enough of the country to screw up travel across the country. and already it's a tough go for millions on the move for thanksgiving. >>> birth control battle. the fight over obama care and religious freedom. it's headed to the supreme court. >>> double agents. tonight a secret government plan exposed. how the u.s. turned guantanamo bay prisoners into spies and turned them loose. >>> and a few good men and how they are changing a thanksgiving tradition forever. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. it is already tonight a storm that stretches from the southern tip of florida up to nova scotia, and at its core, which is a moving target right now, it's dumping a ton of misery on several states. the timing of this storm could not be worse because of what it does on the ground and in the air to the business of getting around. 700 flight delays already, and this storm is just getting started. the satellite picture of the nation from space shows the expa
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Nov 22, 2013 5:30pm PST
shots were fired from the building here behind us, meaning this place and this city and our country would never be the same. the cold and wind and rain here in dallas today was a sharp contrast to the bright sunshine of 50 years ago, weather beautiful enough to ride in an open car. today, one half century later, thousands turned out to remember john f. kennedy. >> the people of this city have been felled with a sense of industry born of tragedy. >> the place is little changed since that day 50 years ago. thousands were here then, too. people lined the motorcade route, the final critical moments captured by the film camera of abraham zapruder. >> hi, sir. how are you? >> across the street that day was pierce almon, then 29 years old, a local broadcaster. he heard the shots, heard mrs. kennedy cry out, in fact. he ran into the book depository building. in the doorway he passed and spoke to oswald not knowing he was the assassin. inside he used the only available phone line to report live details on the air. >> this was the door you entered. >> this was the door. it's changed, and when
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Nov 3, 2013 9:00am PST
, which uses mathematical algorithms to help large companies connect employees. if you're thinking to yourself someone should make a movie about ramona pearson's life, a script writer has already beat you do it. joined by alistair bar of "u.s. today," welcome to the program. kim mcnicholas of pando daily. obviously awful, awful things happened to you, and we'll get to that in a second but one of the vance that ashley vance in bloomberg business week wrote about you is you spent a number of years essentially in an old folks home at the age of 22 recovering, and they themselves took care of you, the senior citizens. >> yeah. you know, ashley was exactly right. i spent about three years in a senior citizens home in colorado, and during that time it was as if i had 100 grandparents and just like anybody's grandparents, they'll assess you, figure out what your learning needs are, and then they retrain you, and when i showed up at the senior citizens home, i couldn't speak. i could barely walk. i had no ability to cook or to take care of myself, and everybody figured out where their skills
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Nov 3, 2013 9:30am PST
me is rudy coronado. welcome back. tell us about this. you have been working on this for a while. we talked about this a while back but we need to raise funds to make sure this production comes to fruition. >> right, right. we have been very successful in obtaining sponsorships from the san francisco film society which allows us to raise money and allows us to seek funds where the public and donors such as foundations, corporations, and individuals can donate money to the film and get a tax write-off. so it's a very, very positive step that we're undertaking now with that step that we have taken, and we have an event coming up where we're trying to raise money for the film as well. we have an agreement with the san francisco film society to raise certain percentage of the money for the film. it's a $1 million film budget, so we're raising about 10% through grassroots efforts, and we have an event coming up november 15th that we hope to raise some money through. >> all right. we'll put that information up in the next couple segments. we do have some video images of the chicano movemen
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Nov 10, 2013 9:00am PST
the ceo and co-founder of tech shop. tech shop revolutionizing manufacturing,atch using a revolutionary way oaising money. he's a former gre ret. he sort o foments revolutions. i'm joined by rich and levi. thank you for being he this i'll point out to the viewer that youave been onbefore, and we may get a chance to talk more about tech sh, b if we don't, on the wsite you and i talk about ituite a bit. i'm a enthusiastic fan. that said, let's tal about this way of raising money. you're trying to raise 0 million. >> that's right. >> the other day, last week barracuda network's rsed $72 milln in anipo. so we're talking about small ipo level kinds of money here. >> right, right. but the difrence is in an ipo you've g threeears of autoed financials. we'rstill a little too i don't think toe able to go through all that kind ofwork. we're going after the early age investor you can't really get an early stage investor using an ipo. you're already doing your ipo. >> b that said, youre getting ipo-level funds. >> absolutely. >> ablutely. viable alternative. >> to going to t open mark
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Nov 13, 2013 4:30am PST
, the middle of e weekxd already. ngratulations for ming é@Ñiit, november 13th. this us "today in the bay."çót( >>> the eye on the prize. one steploser t t lpweekd. it is 4:31. i'm jon kelley. >>> i'm+xd laura garcia-cannon. let's chk the forecastith meteorologiskoko?h(r)istinlore. >> goodorning.ÑiÑi welcome back >> the warst day of the week, starting out inÑi the 4s and 50. look where we are he 80 degrees in e east bay, 70 in the peninsula. do wt to tell you about some wind head ourxd way that will bey next report. les say good morning to mike >>>ood morning. good night to these folk you see flashing lights ming down. this crew is startin to clear 80pproaching ts ashby avenue.çóc we will show you ts on the p ma. the sa areaxd where we see some slowing. as t crews start to move, that's good news, the morning commute kicks in there. one of your first spots. the approh to the bay brie moves ry smoothly. no problem3ñác aossçó the bay i téae'll track your traffic. >>> 4:32. happening now, the search for a san franciscoity college week is ramping up thi morning. the san fran
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Nov 18, 2013 2:00am PST
have use a costume to try to hideis true entity, a murderer. that weend before halloween here in grand forks heath east ling and her bfriend joe loveling was putting on costumes, getting ready to go out. >> nice night. i spent withfriends. >> he dressed u as a hockey fan wearing his faith green jersey >> i dssed in aechanics outfit. a friend of mine text me and said meet me at the broken drop. >> the broken drop, half casino, halfbar. heather and joel had a t to celebra celebrate. she had just moved here from texas after ding long distance. it wasearly lovet first sight. >> how long did youo out with joel before youealized this is the guy? >> a week. >> that's it? yeah. he was taken back when i said, i'moing to marry you. that's whas going to happe here. and he wast rlly ready for me to say somethingike that to him but i was ready to say something like that. that's howure i was. >> but joel, the divord guy who loved golf, fishing, and his friends, would sn be ready for marriage, too. just ten months after they met, this smart hospital comter i.t. tech proposed to this 31-year-old elent
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Nov 12, 2013 2:05am PST
rockefeller aza. >>> hello, everydy. we're so happy you're joining us today. it's monday, november 11th and it's veterans day. >> a lot of peop are home today. really glad to get an opportunity to salute ou trps. men and women all over the world that every one of us woke up in freedotoday because of their sacrificand their service an when lady antebellumas singing "the star-spangled bner." i was just crying in the makeup room >> iwas great to see the plaza full of veterans. we he sarah palin with us. we have jessica lang with us. >> makes me miss my daddy l the more. he was a 20 year veteran of the navy who only bathing he ever did in his who life that i ow about, lied about his age. >> he did? >> on pearl harbor dayo he could join the navy and serve his country. i' forgiven him many times since. >> there nothing that beats a great union especially around the veterans day time. there was this family fromorth carolina and they were at a football game. they did one of the things where your dad wld like to give you a message. all th kids were looking up to see their dad. let's take a loo >> yr
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Nov 6, 2013 6:30am PST
if he is still in the san diego area. they tell us his car is a brown 2004 gmc envoy. license plate 6hil892. there is an american eagle imprint image in the rear window. the father is mesut guler, 22 years old, six foot tall and 120 pounds. sounds like he is a pretty skinny guy, brown hair, brown eyes. his son, henry guler romero, black hair, brown eyes, two weeks to a month old. he took the son during an argument with his mother in the sunnyvale apartment complex. the law enforcement and the mother are concerned because he has threatened to harm himself and the newborn baby in the past. he told the mother he was going to take the baby out of state. law enforcement issued this amber alert after receiving the 911 call last night. you will see these bright orange signs on the way to work this morning. we ask you to be on the lookout for that brown, 2004 gmc envoy. reporting live here in sun sunnyvale, bob redell here in "today" on the bay. >>> a 16-year-old boy in police custody this morning after he allegedly set a man on fire on board an a.c. transit bus. oakland police arresting th
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Nov 27, 2013 7:00am PST
. good luck to both of you. >> thank you for joining us as well. we'll see you tomorrow morning. >> bye. >> thanks, everybodyment scla >> good morning. breaking news. a reported tornado in north carolina overnight as the massive storm travel a nightmare for millions. travel a nightmare for >>> will she be ready? millions. >>> w lindsey vonn joins us she be exclusively to talk about her lindsey vonn recent fall and her attempt to make it to the olympics in us exclusively about her recent fall and her attpt t sochi. it to the >>> and rock royalty, literally >>> and rock an unbelievable night in london. and as john bon jovi gets back up n help from taylor swift and as jon bon jovi gets a little prince william.backup help from and, yes, prince ♪ living on a prayer william. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> t >> the future king of england hf like you've never seen or heard like you've never him before, today, wednesday, r him before. today, wednesday, november 27th, november 27th, 2013. 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today. this is "today" with matt lauer wit
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Nov 22, 2013 6:00pm PST
bring in nbc bay area's marianne favreau who joins us from the campus. >> reporter: raj, i can tell you the students i talked to this afternoon are most upsbet how the university handled this situation. they say even after university housing found out about the alleged hate crimes, they simply transferred two of the suspects to other dorms. four students are now accused of hate crimes after allegedly bullying their black roommate on the seventh floor of this dorm at san jose state university. this police report outlines months of alleged harassment and assault, including reports that the white suspects clamped a bike lock on their black roommate's neck, barricaded him in a closet and repeatedly used racial slurs. celine chandler says she's not surprised. she, too, had roommates bullier in a campus dorm and said the university did little about it. >> they didn't get physical, but the remarks that were made, racial slurs, i tried to bring it up to the university housing services, and their response was actually to move me. and they didn't take any action. >> after a large campus protest y
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Nov 21, 2013 11:00pm PST
man was killed by a falling power line along the 2700 block of austin street. and cheryl herd joins us from oakland with more. >> reporter: as you can see, it's pretty windy out here. the trees are sweeping back and forth. but just around the corner on east 22nd and austin street, a man was killed because of the wind. a 30-foot tree limb came crashing down on a man who was on his motorcycle in a driveway. this happened about 8:15 tonight. power lines came down with the tree limb. and right now, police are not ready to tell us if he was electrocuted or not. >> the guy was getting on his motorcycle or getting off his motorcycle. and the tree branch fell over and killed him. when i got here, everything was blocked off. >> reporter: down the road, firefighters were battling a two-alarm fire in an abandoned grocery store. and the wind didn't make things easy for them. this happened around 7:00 tonight. but around 10:00 tonight, it was all under control. the wind added a layer of difficulty for firefighters, they're telling me tonight. but back here live, you can see the wind is whipping up
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Nov 13, 2013 11:00pm PST
ramon down to th south bay. it's the moste've hadn quite a while. plenty of questionsirected at e us headquarters. why is this haening, the primary questi. >> it's a series of earthquakes. there could be 30, 40. sometimes as many as350 period of week or up to six weeks. >> the biggest of t quakes w this morning. had a magnitude 3. usgs officials say they don't magnitude 5 a big quaka >>> police are investigating san jose's 40th homicide of the year. they say alcohol may have fueled th crime. lastight police were calle to the victim's home. the son and daughter identify the victim as9 year old joe torres w worked as a handy man. they say he and his adult stepson go in a fight while drking last night. relaves died that he was drinking at all. poli are not commenting. >>> take aook at the sketch. police say a manatching this description asaulted a woman in a car back in july. the woman says the man asked directions. she got into his car to show him and that's when assaulted her. e reported the assault only in ocber. police wanto know if youknow anything about the woman or that man. >>>
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Nov 14, 2013 5:30pm PST
me. i did not have enough awareness about the proble in the website. again, that's on us whicis why -- that's on me. that's why i'm trying to fixt. so, you know, ultimately'm the head of thiseam. we did fumblthe ball on it. these are two fumbles on something that -- on a big game whic-- but t game's not over. >> reporr: brian, despite all the things thahappened today, democrs are still not happy and they want to vote on their own fix to show the own constituents that they stoodp to the president. >> chuck todd fromhe white house for us tonight, starting us off. chuck, thas. > and wmentioned this rlier. the insurance industry tight says it was caht off guard by the president's anuncement today and was not consulted about it. this fix that's supposed to se the anxiety o people whose policies have been canceled despite thepresident's promise to the contrary is n leading to more confusion than ever. we get more on that from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter:n california, doug pilcher is now really confused. in september he received this letter saying t insurce policy he bought on his own
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Nov 22, 2013 2:05am PST
rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. it's thursday. it's november 21st, so glad you're with us. have a great show. so happy to see james brolin again. i call him jim. >> you do? he's a good looking -- >> beautiful man, nice man. years and years and years ago, i had one of my most awkward situations ever in showbusiness, and he rescued me from it. >> he did, what did he do? >> i'll tell you later, plus, ambish makeover, and wine for thanksgiving. >> only because thanksgiving is coming up. we should say, retired. >> we were guests of jay leno last night on "the tonight show." >> we're going to make you wait for it. we'll talk about that at the end. >> social cues always has great columns. this has affected all of us at one point or another. when you're on an airplane -- >> you have the window seat. >> now it's one of those flights and the person at the window seat has the shade up. >> they control the shade. >> and you want to fall asleep, but the shade is up, so you say, excuse me, could you lower that? in this particular case, the person at the window wanting control of the window sh
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Nov 29, 2013 5:00pm PST
out your credit card or checkbook until you're ready to use them. have your keys in your hand when you get to your car. >>> a growing number of walmart employees say they just can't survive on the wages the world's largest retailer is paying them. many of the stores employees are protesting. what's up? >> reporter: you can see that protest is still going strong right here. that street actually just cleared a few minutes ago, but about 20 minutes ago five protesters were arrested here after hundreds took to the street shutting it down in front of the store. we are told they are being cited and expected to be released. that street has been cleared out. you can see the protesters are still out here in force on the sidewalks. protesters say the start of the holiday shopping season, black friday, is the perfect time to make sure the world knows walmart isn't paying them a living wage. it is part of a nationwide movement. protests were planned for 1500 walmart locations today. workers and their supporters want the company to play their employees a minimum of $25,000 annually. >> workers
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Oct 31, 2013 5:30pm PDT
game or using your device, reading your e book because it will not interfere with the aircraft navigation. it will likely turn out it never did. tom costello covers aviation for us. he's live at miami international tonight. tom, good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. good evening to you. in fact, this rule goes back to the 1950s. it was all about protecting the cockpit. but the new rule is these simple electronic devices pose no risk to modern aviation. it is welcome news to anyone who flies. on this halloween travel day with costumes on full display at the airport there was also a treat awaiting travellers. >> at this time please turn off all cellular telephones and all other electronic devices. >> reporter: that preflight announcement will soon be a thing of the past. no need to power down your cell phones, e-readers, or music. though your cell connection needs to remain off. >> the policy i think strikes the appropriate balance between responding to what customers want but first and foremost insuring we have a safe environment. >> reporter: an faa investigative committee foun
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Nov 15, 2013 6:00pm PST
. if there'something to hide, it's a full-blown scanda >> reporter: earlier this month used stricter criteria and tment compared those numbers to last year's which didt have the stricter criteria, revealing a dramaticdrop. >> you're right. we probably --t is ales to oranges. it is. and it's not a true or fair comparison. >> rorter: the department did t tell the public until after wetarted asking questions. >> in hindsight, we wouldn't make that comparison. believe me. it wasn't messaged properl in our part, and i take responsibilityor that. we could havdone a better job externally to the public andhe media. that's what we're trying to fix. >> reporr: we wanted to know the department used the sam criteria this year as it did last year to classy gang cases. would gang-related mders actually be down? >> i'm not reall sure becau it is somewhat subjective. i uld imagine, i would tend to think the number of eight at last reporting, that those numbers wouldrobably be a couplehigher. >> reporter: you'll remember the department saidor weeks gang crediting game supession efforts. city leadeout
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Nov 17, 2013 5:30am PST
fed faces tougquestions on capitol hill. joining us now to talk aut all of that and a lotmore, heidi ore moand alison deans. good to see you. thanks f joining us. alison, the bigews of the week, janet yellen iner senate hearing. it looks like she will be nfirmed. looks like she willontinue the easy money policy of ben bernanke th quantitative easi. do youee any impacts to the markets or do you think that's excted? >> think it's expected. wasçó interesti the market had a bit of a rally. toe overall think this is highly expected. >> would you put newmoney to work in the market ow? >> i think the market is attracvely valued. there'a lot of potential for significant upsideimprovement in global economies and therore while face value the maet looks valued, i think we can be undertimatinghere the economy goes. >> that's a positive. at se point she i goi to have toial it back. listen to what dr. yellen said about the possible risks of qe. >> i would agree tha ts program cannot continue forever. there are costs and risks associated wh the program. what does that tell you? >> any change? wha
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Nov 25, 2013 7:00am PST
. >>> tom costello in washington for us this morning. thanks. >> now to politics. the fallout with the historic nuclear deal with iran. critics are already lining up. andrea mitchell is our nbc chief correspondent and is on the story. andrea, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. the iran deal came together after a year after secret talks between top u.s. officials and iran all without the knowledge of israel or other key american allies. in the wake of the iran deal the big question this morning, what next? >> it's the effort to get the comprehensive agreement which will require enormous steps in terms of verification, transparency and accountability. >> reporter: the agreement temporarily freezes the nuclear program for six months. in return iran gets what the white house calls modest sanctions relief. >> the burden is on iran to prove to the world that it's nuclear program will be exclusively for peaceful purposes. >> reporter: but israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu quickly condemned the agreement. >> it's a historic mistake. >> reporter: the president called ne
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Nov 5, 2013 5:00am PST
the bay." >>> a very good morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning. that breaking news in new jersey, and our first look this morning at the alleged gunman who walked inside new jersey's garden state plaza and opened fire. that mall which is the largest in the state is in the town of paramus about about 15 miles north of manhattan. the gunman stormed that mall just before closing. marla tellez is in the newsroom with all of the overnight developments. >> a lot has been going on. early this morning the crisis came to an end when officials say the 20-year-old suspect shot and killed himself in a remote area of the mall. and in the last 60 minute this is picture was released of him. he is richard shoop, police say he is from new jersey. authorities say he does not have an excessive criminal history though they know of him for his drug use. shoop was found after 3:00 a.m. local time with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head. authorities found a note at the scene indicating he intended to hurt himself. >> i do not believe mr. sh
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Nov 29, 2013 8:00pm PST
to do anything about it. >> i knew he was watching. >> here it comes again. >> life used to be much simpleler for lottie. >> this is an upscale neighborhood and kristine and i were always outside. >> their upstairs neighbors were carmen and nick. >> she was a gorgeous strawberry blond, feisty, very outgoing young woman who loved her son more than anything else in the world. they were two peas in a pod. >> it was a monday afternoon, the week before halloween. >> the first thing they did was go downstairs to see if they could find nick's mom, her car was there, she should be there. >> while christina stayed by the door, nick went inside, someone was there, but not his mom. >> nick turned the corner and he saw something move across the bedroom down the long hallway. >> it was a dark figure wearing gloves and a mask. the stranger suddenly stabbed nick and left him for dead. >> as he's laying there on the floor, he actually sees his perpetrator run from the house. christina began really freaking out. she was terrified. >> christina ran upstairs to her apartment to get help. her babysitte
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Nov 16, 2013 6:30pm PST
for joining us. we have some trail blazers with us tonight, some house hold names, oers youight be time.and hearing for the first but all of our stors tonight give us a rare behind t scenes look at these dynamicews mars. we begin with the colorfulnd controversial john mcphie. he recently turned down an off to fixed the obama care website. valley.ck in the silicone wife. aew compa and a new murder of his neighbor and the media frenzy that followed. john mcafee hasurned hisife willingly into a hollywood script. >> is this the story of a successful sbe preneurowho went crazand became a murderer or is this the gatest bleep ] of all tim >> we caughtp with mcafe in portland, oregon and now he's in the silicon valley. in the shadows of the softwar serity empire he created i 1987 the 68-yr-old mcafee is starting aew company. >> a few years ago you said you had nothing t do with the murder of your belize, you said you were drug free and you said you were still in contact with one of your teenage girlfriends. has anything change >> nothg. >> all still true to this day? >> all still true to t
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Nov 12, 2013 11:00pm PST
>>> nbc bay area news star now. >>> good ening. thanks for joining us. i'raj mathai. >> and i'm jessica aguirre. a s francisco college sdent is missing tonight. his family says he hasn't been seen or heard from since thursday now cell phone rords are taking them to places they wod ver expect the 20-year-old to go. jean elle isive with new details on the srch for him. >> reporter: jessica,he san francisco police department's special victims unijust got the case tonight from the bay view police stion. bu derek's familyre already posting yers around san seep him and will callith has formation about where the 20-year-old is. >> it's hard. it's either you barelyleep or eat. yojust want to know tha he's safe. >> reporter: jeannie is desperate to find her brother, 20-year-old derek. family and friends haven't seen or hrd from the s francisco city college student since thursday. >> there's no phone activity on his phone. there's noing on his bk statements, likee bary keeps any cash withhim. if he does it's no more than a few dollars. you cannot survi on foodith that lile. >> reporter: h
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Nov 22, 2013 11:00am PST
>>> happy friday. good morning, everybody. thanks, as always, for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. a bart breakdown turned into quite the headache for commuters this morning. for more than three hours trains were not moving at all on the tracks. nbc bay area's christismith is live in oakland. riders thought it was another strike when they showed up to see closed bart stations, but they quickly learned that that simply was not the case. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, that's exactly what they thought. i have to tell you, i just got an update from bart, and they're saying they kind of narrowed down the problem that they did expand a network server upgrade yesterday. 12 hours later it started to cause problems. there was a domino affect, they're saying, on their central computer, which wasn't functioning, and that led to us having no service at all this morning. things getting back to normal now, but we've been speaking with commuters, and they say between the strike, contract issues, and things like this, they've had enough. >> the fwats to bart s
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Nov 1, 2013 6:00pm PDT
remain closed at this hour. good evening, thanks for joining us. i'm raj matthai. >> i'm jessica aguirre. that was chaos on the air and the ground after a man carrying a high powered rifle stormed l.a.x. in a dead lly rampage. >> on the floor. on the floor. on the floor now. >> one tsa agent was killed and at least other people injured when the shooter opened fire in a busy terminal. this happened this morning. this cell phone video shows the fear and panic and confusion in the moments after. late this afternoon, police confirmed the alleged shooter is 23-year-old paul ciancia, a u.s. citizen. meanwhile, nearly 800 flights were impacted leaving passengers stranded here in the bay area and beyond. >> we have team coverage for you tonight on this developing story. arturo santiago is covering sfo. we begin with kimberly terry in san jose. multiple delays, cancelations. what are we talking about in terms of impact? >> reporter: jessica, we could see the ripple effect through the weekend, at least that's what airport authorities are saying for now. nearly 30 flights from l.a.x. to the
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Nov 3, 2013 6:00am PST
, all of us were shocked and saddened that we've had another incident. >> it's a surprise and concern for anyone that was there and involved. >> reporter: security experts say travelers at airports and train stations are far safer in the wake of september 11th when tsa was formed. the agency has swelled to more than 50,000 employees. experts also say friday's shooting, while tragic, could have been worse if not for the stepped-up security. >> it could have been a large massacre, and it was thwarted by the actions of police and tsa. >> reporter: still, former atf agent and nbc news analyst james kavanaugh says federal officials need to review their policies and consider beefing up security outside the airport. >> well, it could be done in a variety of ways. more cameras, maybe even some armed police outside with long guns. there's all kinds of little things that can help, and they've got to make those assessments on the ground without impeding the flow of traffic at a place like l.a.x. >> reporter: an official with the tsa says they are not currently considering such a move. >> once ag
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Nov 8, 2013 6:00pm PST
student told us he dressed just like sasha from head to toe to show support for his friend. >> lots of people hear wearing a skirt for you. everyone here loves you, man. just get well soon. >> i want them to know that we support them so much and we want to make sure they feel strong and feel so supported because we all support them and we love them and we want them to know we are here for them. >> many students said they've had the chance to visit sasha in the hospital. they say the teenager is in remarkably good spirits and is incredibly grateful for the community's outpouring of support. >>> a huge effort is under way in the bay area to help with recan r recovery efforts in the philippines after one of the strongest storms on record slammed into the central philippines killing at least four people, forcing hundreds of thousan thousands of their homes and knocking out power and communications in several provinces. the general's office has been inundated with concerns from people concerned or want to know how they can help. jeff ranieri has been tracking that storm that's headed now to
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Nov 2, 2013 8:00pm PDT
"" could you tell us more precisely what you mean by that? >> i think that the election of '32 was extremely essential, because i think it helped save the private enterprise system in this country, and i think also it contributed to the saving of democracy. i think in the 1960s the issue is not democracy here at home or the private enterprise system, but i think it is around the world. i think the united states is the leader of the free world. it has a great role to play. i don't think it has been playing that role in the '50s, and therefore, i think the democratic party has an historic function in the 1960 election. >> don't you think that the republicans are sure to run on peace and prosperity, and since we are at peace and the nation is prosperous, can they be beaten on those issues? >> yes, i think they can be beaten. i think really the problem of the democratic party is to attempt to bring home to the people the kind of problems that we are going to face in the 1960s, also to bring home to the american people that we haven't really faced these problems in the 1950s. when mr. e
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Nov 6, 2013 5:00pm PST
using a lighter to set his clothing on fire. >> very shocking. i'm glad we were able to arrest the person and get them off the street. it really, even after a career in law enforcement still find something like that really disturbing. >> meanwhile a fund for his hospital bills is now up to $20,000. oakland police are praising two men onboard that bus for putting out the fire and want to find them to honor them. >>> breaking news we want to pass along. we have just confirmed a statewide amber alert is over. the abduction was in sunnyvale earlier today when a father and his baby boy seen here have been found in southern california, across the border in mexico. kris sanchez is in sunnyvale where it all began with the latest. chris? >> hi. that's pretty much what we know at this point because the department of public safety has been tight lipped about any updates in this case. but we can tell you that the father, 22-year-old is now in the custody of american authorities. he was caught as he was trying to cross the border in lukeville, arizona. the baby, most importantly, the baby is sa
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Nov 24, 2013 3:30pm PST
and joins us from geneva tonight. >> reporter: good evening. nuclear negotiations just don't get any more dramatic than this. it was the end of four days of grueling negotiations. iran agreed to roll back its nuclear program. the six other nations to relax some sanctions. the negotiators were exhausted and very aware that the ambiguous wording that got them to this moment would trigger fallout. john kerry's take on the right to enrich uranium. >> this first step, let me be clear, this first step does not say that iran has a right to enrichment. no matter what interpretive comments are made, it is not in this document. >> reporter: but listen to iran's foreign minister in our exclusive interview. do you dispute that in. >> it doesn't say in so many words but it says very clearly that iran will have an enrichment program and it has a right to technology for peaceful purposes. >> reporter: another sticking point, the heavy water plant that could someday produce plutonium for bombs. >> it is a program that is there. we will not and paneled it but it is a program that will continue. >> re
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Nov 29, 2013 7:00am PST
use. >>> an olympic torch barrier lights himself on fire adding to the long list of mishaps on the road to sochi while lindsey vonn takes a huge step toward the games, back on the slopes after hurting her knee. today, friday, november 29th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> welcome to today on this friday morning. the day after thanksgiving. i hope you had a great one. i'm willie geist. >> i'm kate snow along side andrea canning and dylan dreyer. everybody have a nice thanksgivi thanksgiving? >> i had way too much food. i went to the parade. the rockets. >> is this your first one in new york city? >> my first full one. >> it's fun being pregnant on thanksgiving. you keep shoveling in the food. >> we eat for two as it is. you ate for three, i guess. >> it is the black friday shopping rush. bargain hunters spent hours in the cold waiting for the doors to open and an frenzy ensued. there aren't too many malls in the country busier today than the mall of america near minneapolis. let's
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Nov 5, 2013 5:30pm PST
record time, too right? >> i don't know. thanks for joining us here at 5:00. >>> special good evening to our viewers in the western u.s. tonight. this is election day 2013, and the polls have now closed in two of the biggest races in this country. it is clear that before tonight is over,e're going to get a big indication of what voters are thinking around the country. five years and one day after the election of president obama, just weeks after we all witnessed that ugly government shutdown. voters tonight are electing governors in new jersey and virginia. new mayors in new york and boston and seattle and so on. many of these races will indicate how the political winds are blowing right now. we begin our coverage in the politically crucial commonwealth of virginia. chuck todd is there for us tonight. chuck, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. well, a lot of the action is on the east coast. polls are closed. we have some winner. governor chris christie has been re-elected. we've projected that, nbc news. here in virginia, the bellwether of bellwethers the last few
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Nov 17, 2013 9:30am PST
about how the face of those in need are changing. tell us about -- put a face on poverty if you will. >> wre seeing way mor men coming in. tradionally it was senior citizen women and now we have moms and ds who were ld off. one n in particular, he was working medeto at $20 and now hes down t $10 an hour. and we have person that deals th investments who lost her children.se she had two sick a professnal woman getting food because her benits ran out. >> that's incredible. the reason -- part of the reason 're doing this is we'reaving ournnual food drive along with safeway stores. there is one of my colleagues, daniel. we will be at every safeway lotion. i will be at the one on capital express way in san jose receiving your bagged donations. sohe need -how are donations, how are your donations at second rvest? >> it's a challenge. the need is high. part of it is peopl who hit a pothole in life like ral was describing and people also just having a hard time making ends meet they feel like they're doing everythingight but they can't get to where they need to be. we have seen o inventory dp
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Nov 4, 2013 5:00pm PST
family. that was taken at the mcdonald's in the mission. the man in the photo just used the victim's credit card. >> we're still trying to confirm if that's him or not. the image is grainy. we have to make sure we can positively id him. >> the family says it is unusual for him to not keep in touch. >>> a san francisco judge began deciding whether a career criminal accused of killing a long-time federal investigator should proceed to trial. today relatives o convicted felony randy testified at his pretrial hearing that he is the girl's father. prosecutors claim she killed coke at an oakland hotel and dumped her body. the pretrial hearing is expected to last several days. >>> we have new details tonight about the shooting rampage at l.a.x. we know the primary weapon was legally purchased at a southern california gun store. paul ciancia could have fired the rifle without even removing it from a bag in which it was carried. a high school teacher who was shot has been upgraded to good condition. some are asking whether tsa agents should be armed. security at the nation's airport will be r
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Nov 17, 2013 7:00am PST
philippines d tacloban is thr final destination. the team leader told us her family is helping coordinate suppli and medical treatment. >> i think i have a million >>hat have they told you about what has happened? >> sohey said there's a lot of destruction. the is not a lot of communication coming out of the area right now, but they said pleasering medications because the medical needs are jus very severe. >>he team members say they are ing their own vacation time for this tri >>> an last night thearriors also tried to help those in the philippines. it was filipino heritage night at oracle arena so they had traditional filipino dancers take the crt at halftime. the team is also selling shirts on warriors.com to help support the effort financially. >>> a ferrybo was i the right placat the right time t make a dramatic rescue onhe san francisco bay. the rescu on their camera ht phones. coast guard officers received a mayday call from a man on board the sailboabefore he fell into the ter. the ferry crew was closer, so they helped that sailo out of the water and took him to the ferr
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Nov 22, 2013 12:35am PST
insurance companies. [ laughter ] it's part of this crazy new plan called "the way things used to be." [ laughter ] it's very tricky. [ cheers and applause ] that's what we think. we thought of it. it's so bad that the president held a press conference this week to apologize to the american people for all the issues plaguing obamacare. and i guess he wanted to get a lot of stuff off his chest because he went on to apologize for several other things that have happened on his watch. take a look. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, thank you. look, now america, i wanted to again just apologize for obamacare. things are, they're just not going as i planned. but you know what? there are a lot of other things that i'm pretty sorry about, too. [ light laughter ] and if you don't mind, i'd just like to take this time to just apologize for all of them. all right? here goes. first up, i want to apologize for the movie "chipmunks 3. [ laughter ] chipwrecked." it's clear we should have just stopped after one squeakquel. [ laughter ] look, that's my bad. that's on me. i also want to apologize f
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Nov 3, 2013 5:30am PST
regulations allowing the use of mobile devices while in the air. that does not mean you can make phone calls. the new rules are expected to take effect by the end of the year. >>> the fed did this nothing this week but does that mean you should be doing nothing when it comes to your portfolio. joining me right now and bob mcteer. are the markets feeling like bubble mentality to you or do you think the rest of the year is as strong as the rest of the ten months? >> i think we could see a strong finish. certain areas feel a little bubbly to me. i think the market could continue so see upside risk. my sense is the world is still underallocated to equities. i think we're working through the fix out of bonds, but there's a lot more to go. i'm optimistic for the rest of the year and 2014 could be a good year. >> bob, this week we saw the federal reserve with the bond buying program. $85 billion of bond buying every month. do you think that's the right thing to do and are you concerned about the fed strategy of this easy money? >> i think they missed their last best chance in september to start a t
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Nov 18, 2013 11:00am PST
good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla teez. >> and i'm jon kelley. yes, it has a historic vibe. scientists at uc berkey invested in this launch. that's because the scecraft is full of equipment built by their team. the scientistsust watched maven blast f. >> reporter: good morning. they're al smiles. thiss really cause for celebratn here at uc berkeley. i had a chance to speak withne of the lead scientists. i asked him, wt's it like to years finally launch into space? he said, we love it. we're really excited by this type of thing. that because many of th instrumenton the maven specraft were built here at uc berkeley space and sciences lab. maven stands for mars atmosere andolatile evolution. it's an orbiter that may help reveal the mysteries of mars' past and current mosphere. some of the uc berkeley team is in florida for the launch this morning. but st are here watchg a nasa feed up in the hills. we're told it actually takes out tenonths for maven to destination following the launch that happened around10:30 thi morning. it will collect data on why mars lost its atmpher
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Nov 1, 2013 7:00am PDT
. they're co-hosting with us today, friday, november 1st, 2013. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie alongside al roker and natalie morales. and next hour, we're going to add four oscar-winning names to that little introduction. >> pretty exciting. >> do you have an oscar? >> oh, is it required? we have emmys, but no oscars. >> need a bigger mantle. no question, that should be fun when they join us. >>> also coming up, a "today" exclusive. for the first time since release from prison, former new york city police commissioner and one-time nominee for director of homeland security, bernard kerik speaks out. why kerrick says his time behind bars changed his entire look on the justice system. >>> first, today's top story, and it is those powerful storms making a mess of the morning here in the northeast. they're also blamed for this . a school bus carrying a group of kids ran off a bridge into a flooded creek. they were safely rescued, but as you can see, the bus is still in the water this mornin
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Nov 3, 2013 7:00am PST
increases their health care costs. >> it will allow us to better control our scheduling and attendance at b.a.r.t. it will help us control overtime costs and make changes to the equipment and technology to run a better b.a.r.t. >> the riding public gets some peace of mind out of this deal because it has a no-strike clause valid through june of 2017. that contract now goes back to the b.a.r.t. board of directors for their final approval. >>> officers are searching for a san jose man who has the mental capacity of a 5-year-old. 54-year-old hiloito canseco was last seen on skrvine street. he can't really fend for himself because of a traumatic brain injury. he was wearing a white t-shirt, black dickey pants, black jacket, and flip-flops. he walks with a limp and has a cane. >>> one of the patients lost in the shutdown in the shuffle of a castro valley nursing home was found thanks to an alert bus driver in the south bay. officials say 65-year-old edmund bascom disappeared during the chaotic closing of that valley springs manor last week. bascom was recognized by a transit bus d
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Nov 4, 2013 2:00am PST
"dateline," i wouldn't believe this. this is like watching a tv show. >> you're telling us to go search for the one-armed man. well, we found indian joe. that's all true? >> oh, yeah, that's all true. >> what else would we find? >> there's a maniac out there. >> i'm lester holt, and this is "dateline." here's josh mankiewicz with a story of "deadly intent." >> you're looking at the life of the hoagland family of san diego played out in brief. moments stretching across the years from the prosaic to the profound. that's the mom, connie. just after she gave birth to son jonathan. >> look over here, guy, one, two, three. >> here he is six years later after losing a tooth. >> hey, jonathan, that's a great smile you have there. >> reporter: this is oldest daughter jill learning to play golf. >> that's a nice one, jill. >> reporter: and this is her little sister jaclyn. today the kids are grown. jill has a child of her own. jaclyn is married and jonathan has graduated high school. and looking back, the childhood they describe is one of stability and routine. >> just normal happy family, i say it w
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Nov 8, 2013 2:05am PST
here with us today. today is billy graham's 95th birthday. i will be heading down to north carolina with frank later on to attend his party. we'll let you know about it next monday. >> happy birthday. >>> we have a great show. we have our ambush makeover. >> wait until you meet our everybody has a story winner. it is an inspirational story. >>> we are exhausted. >> we were partying last night. we had our favorite things party. once a year we get together with our advertisers expecting us to party with them. >> we don't disappoint. >> this is some of our advertising crew. a bunch of good people. >> look at lewis. >> he has been working at his salon all day yesterday and he came over to say hello to us at our party. >> one of the favorite things was some vino. >> this is skinny vine slim chardonnay. it is $9.99. >> what's mine? >> from the sonoma coast. >> delicious wines, very smooth. >> people were getting their brows plucked by sonya's brow bar. people were drinking wine and eating cupcakes. >> bobby is going to show us all of that stuff. we were busy because we went to matinee. >>
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Nov 19, 2013 5:30pm PST
williams, at the justice department for us tonight. pete, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. and just to put this in perspective, what jpmorgan has agreed to pay is about three times what bp paid after the gulf oil spill. it was a scene repeated nationwide, people who thought they had achieved the american dream ending up with mortgages that cost far more than their homes were worth. like bridget an army veteran of iraq injured in iraq whose disability payments couldn't cover her mortgage. >> my payments were cut dramatically in half. but i still had the bills and responsibilities of an active duty salary but my salary was nowhere near that. >> reporter: taeds -- today the government imposed the stiffest punishment yet for the wall street manipulations that led to the crisis and the biggest economic downturn. $13 billion to be paid by the world's second biggest bank, jpmorgan chase. the bank and the companies it bought admitted that the problems contributed to the housing slump and recession. >> it had a direct impact on the mortgage industry, which led directly, i b
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Nov 5, 2013 11:00am PST
>>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. i'm jon kelley. new at 11:00. we can tell you an 86 yeshld marathon runner from the south bay died after finishing that new york marathon this past weekend. her family says during the marathon she fell and hit her head. she thought she was fine, and then suddenly yesterday she passed away. nbc bay area's christie smith is live right now in the willow glen neighborhood in san jose where she has just spoken to that woman's family. what a tragic, tragic day. >> reporter: yeah, good morning to you, jon. certainly joye johnson's family is grieving this morning, but they're also sharing a story of an amazing 86-year-old woman. they say she still normally got up very early and came here to willow glen high school to work out, run with her friends. they called themselves the track pack. she ran the new york marathon for 25 years, met al roker a number of times, but then took a fall during the race sunday and later passed [cyaway. these are photos of johnson meeting roker after the race outside the "today" show monday. normally s
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Nov 21, 2013 4:30am PST
lanes isn't open for cash payers. fremont, the glowing lights. i had to use my wipers because the mist was pretty thick in this area. at times coming through san jose watch over the santa cruz mountains as well, thick in that area. >> breaking news we're following out of the south bay reports after robbery bring a s.w.a.t. team response to a home in santa clara. multiple agencies on the scene now as well as "today in the bay's" chase cain. he was first on the scene. what can you tell us? >> reporter: there was a rather large police presence here so we were thinking that this was something much more substantial, but what police are telling us is there was a report of a home burglary, officers showed up out here and apparently in minutes they were able to track down the two people who may be responsible for that. police telling us that they do have two people in custody at this hour. you see behind me there are a few officers on the scene but all signs appear to be that they are starting to wind things down. some of the officers leaving. at one point the s.w.a.t. team was called out but
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Nov 12, 2013 6:00pm PST
. investigative reporter steven stoc joins us with the new information. steven, as you know,his isn't someural area. toxichemicals in the middle of >> reporter: that' exactly right, raj. as w first reported back in february, the epa discovered thesnew hotspots of the chemical tce, located here in mountain view, outside t original boundaries of t m.e.w. superfund site located in we have the new levels to report tonight. we can tell you that the epa test found levels ofhis tce at 110,000 parts per billion in the groundwate and that leaves question here tonight, how did thetce get the outside these bounries? it's a toxic pme of chemicals that setches a mile and a hal extending under highway 101, and beneath moffitt field. the ple is made up mtly of tce, trichloroethylene, fen ar decades the ep monitorednd extrted the toxic come vent from the ground swrn wawater beo tce was ud by the semiconductor ree decades ago. it's been linked to cance and when evaporates can clect in buildings in a process called vapor intrusion which can cause heart depoformities in unborn children. the epa ha
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Nov 16, 2013 7:00am PST
tweet us wt your impressions are whenou drive it. sheriff's deptment is investigatin investigating an officer-involved shooting. officers say the person who called 911 for help reported suspected there was a burglary sheriffs say when they arrived at t scene they were investigators sayhots were ect. fireand the suspect washit. that person was pronounced dead at the scene. no deputies were injured in the more information ait develops throughout t day. >> within t san jose city limits, gun fir claimed t life oan jose's 45th homicide victim. shopping center on west san carlos street. several peoplealled 911 saying they were hearing gun fire. we're told a patrol officer nearby heard it, too. policeound a man shot possibly while sitting in his pkup truck. ter the shooting, the man was where he died an hour and a half later. one neighbor whoives across the street says he saw the flashing lights fro his livi room window and went outse. >> i decided to walk out and see at was happening. happened but it very scary to see all this activity here behind us. >> we saw several peefl runople running
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Nov 27, 2013 12:35am PST
playstation 4 just came out, and already a lot of gamers have started using one of the playstation's features to broadcast their homemade porn. [ laughter ] but don't get too excited because porn to most gamers is just watching the hot pocket cook in the microwave. [ laughter ] oh, look at that. it's almost ready. hey, guys, this thursday is thanksgiving. happy thanksgiving! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] happy thanksgiving! it's this thursday which means many people around the country will share thanksgiving dinner with their relatives, and for a lot of people this is the only time of year that they get to see each other. so it can be kind of hard to know what to talk about. so here with the tips for what to say to your family on thanksgiving. it's kamal from the roots. kamal? [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, bro. that's right. sometimes it's hard to know what to talk about with your family. especially if you never get to see them, but i've got you covered. now, here's some tips for what to say to each family member. "yo, grandma. yo, did you knit that scarf? yo, i love the color
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